hand-in-glove

hand-in-glove

mod. suiting one another naturally. These two go hand-in-glove.
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Frowser, the attorney, from Bedford Row, a very great man, and from his business, hand-in-glove with the "nobs at the West End"; old Colonel Livermore, of the Bombay Army, and Mrs.
For decades, the ACLU has worked hand-in-glove with the National Lawyers Guild, officially cited by a committee of Congress as "the foremost legal bulwark of the Communist Party.